Delhi University colleges release cut-offs; highest is 99.66 percent for science course

DU UG Admission cut-off 2017 First list today all you should know

Delhi University admissions: First cut off list for UG courses to be released today

The first list was supposed to be announced on June 20 but it was deferred for three days.

While Miranda House's cut-off for BA (Hons) Economics is 97.25 per cent, B Com (Hons) cut-off in both Ramjas College and Hansraj College is 97.5 per cent. Also, the candidates whose names appear in the first merit list need to go for document verification process.

Ramjas College had given highest cut offs a year ago.

As in science courses, SGTB Khalsa raised the bar highest for arts as well with a 99 per cent cut-off for its B.A. (Honors) at SRCC is 97.75%.

While English (H) is at 96.5 per cent, Eco (H) at 97.5 per cent and B.Com (H) at 97.5 per cent, science subjects also saw a dip in cutoff with Chemistry (H) at 96 per cent, going down by 2 percentage points from last year's 98 per cent.

"Take admission in a course of your choice". Cut offs have lowered for other programmes. The cut off for this present year for B.Com. might be fluctuated by a couple of centers.

The cutoff for science subjects remained nearly same as past year with Chemistry (H) at 97.33 per cent and Physics (H) at 97 per cent. Document verification will be carried out from 9.30 a.m.to 1.30 p.m in morning colleges and from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.in evening colleges.The Delhi University had a year ago released eight cut-off list for admissions to UG courses. The cut off for general B.Com.at Sri Venkateswara college is 96.5%, at Maitreyi and Mata Sundari Colleges, it is 95%. In humanities stream, Khalsa again set the highest cut-off at 99 per cent for BA (Hons) Political Science, PTI citing the list available on DU website reported.

Lady Shri Ram college recorded 98.5% aggregate in the best of four for psychology (H) is the highest. "According to me, it is better if aspirants prefer courses over colleges", said Amrita Bajaj, Deputy Dean (Students' Welfare), DU. At Kirori Mal College, only about 147 admissions were done against the 1,350 seats. Around 1500 seats are filled through entrance tests by Delhi University.

Click on First cut off list. At the same time to ensure that good pool of students are able to take admission even in the second list.

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